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Black Leaders Shaping the Future of Behavioral Health: Dr. Sosunmolu Shoyinka

What Does Black History Mean To You And How Does It Inform Your Practice? As a first-generation immigrant from Nigeria, I stepped into the Black experience in the USA as an adult. Over time, I have come to understand the weight of that identity and the often-painful history behind it. I recognize the fact that […]

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Black History Month

  This month, the Scattergood Foundation is celebrating Black History Month by highlighting the work of Black voices and practitioners in behavioral health. We’re kicking the month off with our very own Joy Ogbonnaya, Operations Coordinator, and Aminata Diallo, Manager of Learning and Community Impact. Listen along for reflections on Black History Month, the current […]

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How three Philly groups are raising mental health awareness in immigrant communities [inquirer.com]

This article, published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, spotlights the second cycle of grantees of the Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness. The mental health needs of immigrants, who make up nearly 14% of Philadelphia’s population, are often centered on immigration, a stressful and sometimes traumatic ordeal. Yet many immigrants come from cultures where stigma around mental health […]

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Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness Virtual Summit

The Community Fund for Immigrant Wellness uses a participatory grantmaking model to support programs and organizations that work with immigrants and refugees to improve emotional wellbeing and quality of life. In 2020, the Community Fund funded three programs across the City of Philadelphia: Chinese Immigrant Family Wellness Program (a partnership of Hall Mercer and Philadelphia […]

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Wellness Strategies for Your Employees

Just as the world was preparing for a roaring 2020, COVID-19 entered our lives. When March rolled around, the nationwide shut-down turned our world upside-down. When May came, the murder of George Floyd further uncovered the depths of systemic racism.  We went from overactive but routine daily lives to a standstill, being quarantined, and witnessing […]

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